Juliana Chang has been an Assistant Professor with Santa Clara University since 2001. She received her Ph.D. at UC Berkeley, and has previously taught at the University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign, and at Boston College.
- Asian American literature
- Critical race studies
- Asian American Literature
- American Literature
- Composition and Rhetoric
- Editor, Quiet Fire: A Historical Anthology of Asian American Poetry, 1892-1970. New York: Asian American Writers Workshop/Temple University Press, 1996.
- Journal Articles
- "Melancholic Remains: Domestic and National Secrets in Fae Myenne Ng's Bone." MFS: Modern Fiction Studies, forthcoming.
- "'I Cannot Find Her': The Oriental Feminine, Racial Melancholia, and Kimiko Hahn's The Unbearable Heart." Meridians 4.2 (2004): 637-63."
- "Masquerade, Hysteria, and Neocolonial Femininity in Jessica Hagedorn's Dogeaters." Contemporary Literature 44.4 (Winter 2003): 637-63.
- "Reading Asian American Poetry." MELUS 21.1 (Spring 1996): 81-98.
- She has published articles on Asian American literature and is the editor of Quiet Fire: A Historical Anthology of Asian American Poetry, 1892-1970 (1996).
- Book Chapter
- "Time, Jazz, and the Racial Subject: Lawson Inada's Jazz Poetics." Racing and E-racing Language: LIving with the Color of Our Words. Ed. Ellen J. Goldner and Safiya Henderson-Holmes. Syracuse University Press, 2001.